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Stand Up & Dine Out

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Salt Factory Pub is on a mission to help others. Hicham Azhari and Fikret Kovac, co-owners of F&H Food Trading group (Little Alley, 1920 Tavern, Salt) learned the importance of giving back from their families. Azhari came to Atlanta in 1997 from Morocco and Kovac immigrated in 1993 at the onset of war in Bosnia. The two met playing soccer and their friendship grew over their mutual passion for food. After working in the food industry for year they decided to put their business savvy to the test and opened Salt Factory Pub in Roswell in 2008. ‘Stand Up & Dine Out’ was created to benefit non-profits throughout the metro Atlanta area year round. Azhari says “I believe that by giving back, you can make a difference.” Every month, all three Salt restaurants, (Roswell, Alpharetta and Woodstock) will give a portion of its proceeds to a different charitable organization. The first recipient in June was the Michael J. Fox Foundation in honor of long time Atlanta radio personality and Alpharetta resident Steve McCoy who was recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. July’s recipient is Meals on Wheels.

For 50 years Meals On Wheels has supported senior independence through meals, shelter, education and community. They deliver 200,000 meals a year in addition to providing home repair services. They also manage seven senior centers, an Adult Day Health Center focused on helping seniors and their families manage Alzheimer's and dementia, and a senior companion program called Senior Services North Fulton.

So please join us as we ‘Stand Up and Dine Out for Meals on Wheels, July 1-31.

Salt Factory Pub

952 Canton St., Roswell, Ga. 30075

Salt Factory Pub

102 S. Main St, Alpharetta, Ga. 30009

Salt Factory Pub

8690 Main St, Woodstock, Ga.30188

Vikki Locke

vikki@lrk-media.


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